Music industry Mogul Don Cannon just recently launched his new app, TmrO, a digital marketplace that connects the world’s most creative minds within the music, film and content creation industries, today announced its official national launch to market. The app facilitates daily commerce of creative services for businesses to book freelancers and resources for freelancers looking for work.
Don Cannon and partner Kayla Shelton, TmrO will make room for improvement in how freelancers and their clients conduct business. With the freelance industry exploding at a rapid pace in the United States, TmrO was built to revolutionize freelancing, an industry often unreliable, unpredictable, and prone to leaving hardworking professionals unpaid for the work they’re doing.
A true effort for the community by the community, TmrO has also launched a StartEngine campaign for those wanting to invest and own a piece of the company, via this link. Funds raised will be used to assist with the evolution and further buildout of the platform including new features being launched later this year.
Designed with the consumer in mind, TmrO provides an easy to use interface that allows creatives to promote their talents and clients to easily find services that fit their companies’ needs for one seamless experience. TmrO provides unmatched flexibility and opportunities further differentiating the app from competitors, including quick payouts, offering a 48 hour payout period for freelancers ensuring quick, secure payment for services, and location-based opportunities offering the ability to hire freelancers both locally and in-person (in addition to remote workers). The ultimate goal of TmrO is to help bring together creatives and talent seekers with a powerful digital tool that is perfect for companies that need to build their team quickly and efficiently.
“Having worked in music and entertainment my entire career, I am consistently looking for creatives whether be graphic designers, models, producers to help with projects, oftentimes in a rush,” says Don Cannon, Chief Marketing Officer of TmrO. “I am excited to help bring to market a platform that directly connects the right businesses and talent together to quickly make magic happen.”
This spring, TmrO will launch the Instant Book feature, which will allow users to book based on current availability, proximity, and drive time. Then later in 2021, TmrO will launch their own TmrO Debit Card enabling creatives to get paid within seconds of project completion.
Kayla went from a record contract with Warner Brothers to a US patent for her own product (Leg Glove), and now as the visionary behind TmrO — she is well-suited to lead the TmrO team. Don Cannon (CMO) is a well-known music industry mogul who has produced beats for the largest names in music — from Jay-Z and Tyler Perry to Lil Uzi Vert and Jack Harlow — among others. Don’s wide breadth of industry experience makes him uniquely qualified to grow the TmrO brand.
We got a chance to speak with Don about his latest venture, Top 5 MC’s, how the idea came about to create an app, how long was the process of developing the app + much more. Get into the interview audio below.
How The idea Came About to Create the App.
Definition Of Tmro.
How Long It Took To Develop The App
Current State of Rap/Hip-Hop.
The Tmro Debit Card.
Top 5 MC’s.
Artist He Would Like To Work With.
What RESPECT. Means To Him.
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